China - Issuing of a commemorative 5 yuan. It is dedicated to peace. Its mintage is 50 million.
Spain - Issue of three commemorative coins (10, 50 and 200 euros). All three commemorate the 500th anniversary of the discovery of the Pacific. The 10 euros (sterling silver) has a mintage of 10,000, the 50 euros , also sterling silver, has a mintage of 5,000. The 200 euros, which is 91.7% gold has a mintage of only 3,000.
Japan - Unveiling of three commemorative 500 yen coins. These coins, to be issued in early 2014 (Heisei 26) as part of a series dedicated to Japanese prefectures, specifically commemorates Ehime, Yamagata and Mie. Their mintage remains unknown (help needed).
Portugal - Issue of a commemorative 5-euro coin. It is issued as part of the "Numismatic Treasures" series and is dedicated specifically to a 1 peça (7500 reals) issued in 1833. The latter was known as "the headless" ("a degolada" in Portuguese), because the bust of Queen Maria II was cut in the neck, though at the time the full bust was present in general. In fact, the Queen herself had quickly ordered a change in her image which made the coin very, very rare. The 5-euro coin comes in two versions: the first, cupronickel (mintage of 150,000) and the second gold (mintage of 2,500).
United States - Announcement of the contest for the graphics for the 2014 Native American Dollar. It specifically commemorate the hospitality of the native communities in the Lewis and Clark Expedition. The winning design will be selected internally, and should be unveiled at the end of 2013.
Translation by dptashny